All the awards for Hogan’s Cider

Hogan's Cider have been festooned with medals this year!

What a year already for Hogan’s who’ve snapped up all the medals…

– Ciderworld 19, Gold and then Best in Class
– International Cider Awards, Gold and then the trophy – International Classic Cider Award (out of 11 gold winners!)
– GLINTCAP (Great Lakes International Cider and Perry Competition, USA), Best in Class 1st place, Traditional Cider Sweet

Vintage Perry 2017
– International Cider Awards, Silver

Killer Sharp
– International Cider Awards, Silver

Wild Elder
– International Cider Awards, Silver

Also one of their newest blends, High Sobriety has been reviewed as the best Low Alcohol cider in top 10 ciders reviewed by Independent here. As well as the following review from the Alcohol Change UK people:

“The Hogan family have been making cider in Warwickshire since 1985. They now produce and sell 16 different varieties, including this low-alcohol brew, launched in 2019.

It’s a great-looking drink, in a nice traditional brown bottle. It’s lively but not too fizzy. It’s got an intriguingly dark golden colour – darker than most ciders – and it’s got the aroma and the flavour of a great English cider.

As happens so often, our taste testers couldn’t agree on what they liked about this one, but they all agreed that they liked it. Some found it similar to the major commercial cider brands, others said it had a hint of scrumpy. Either way, it’s one of the best ciders we’ve tasted.

At 1%, it’s at the top end of our low-alcohol threshold. So, if you’ve got a particular reason for staying absolutely alcohol-free, it might not be for you. But if you’re just looking for something you can drink without getting drunk, it’s ideal.”

You can purchase all of the Hogan’s Cider blends on their website or at their farm in Warwickshire. They are DELICIOUS and I’m not biased, I promise.

You can read more about my work with Hogan’s Cider here.